We’re revolutionizing the patient access journey
It's simple: without financial assistance and other access services, many patients struggle to afford the care they need. But connecting patients with available assistance is often anything but simple.
Our solutions are changing that.
“AssistPoint® is a one-stop-shop for all financial patient assistance.”
Patient Advocate Manager
“With AssistPoint®, everything our team needs is in one place.”
“Finding assistance programs for our patients takes 10 seconds with AssistPoint®, as opposed to 2 hours with our old, reactive approach.”
Billing Office Manager
“AssistPoint® allows me to keep things from falling through the cracks.”
“AssistPoint® helps me get the most I can for the patient.”
Patient Assistance Coordinator
Discover how our innovative solutions ensure opportunities for patient assistance aren’t overlooked
30-minute presentationLearn how Annexus Health is helping provider organizations improve their processes for managing patient access, ensure opportunities for financial assistance aren't overlooked, and discover ways to optimize revenue capture. This presentation introduces Annexus Health; provides an overview of AssistPoint®, our single enterprise workflow platform; and explores a key feature within AssistPoint®, AP Analytics™.
30-minute presentationPatient access services can be critical to ensuring your patients get the care they need. But managing the patient access journey is a complex, time-consuming process, and your organization may not have the resources to support it. That’s where Adparo® comes in! In this presentation, you will discover how Adparo® can help reduce the administrative burden of the patient access journey, reduce patient responsibility, and increase revenue capture for your organization.
Our collective challenge
Most patients qualify for financial assistance and other access services, but many never get it
of all adults report not taking their medicines as prescribed because of the cost1
of all adults say they didn’t fill a prescription at all because of the cost1
of all adults say they cut pills in half or skipped a dose because of the cost1
of physicians report having patients who went without medical care because of the cost2
To reduce the financial and administrative burdens across the patient access journey through our tech-enabled solutions, improving:
Time to start
Jessie (Kendrick) Olive, Patient Assistance Coordinator and Patient Account Representative Team Lead at Central Georgia Cancer Care, often finds that her patients are more worried about how to pay for care than about the diagnosis itself. But Jessie explains how AssistPoint® allows her to secure financial assistance for patients quickly and easily and shares a story of one patient she thought was out of options—until she received a notification from AssistPoint®.Read more
How can life science organizations improve utilization of their patient access services? A survey of the Annexus Health provider network offers insights into this question. Brett Olson, VP of Business Development at Annexus Health, discusses the survey results and the challenges provider organizations face in seeking and securing financial assistance and other access services for their patients.Read more
Gia Seymour, a cancer survivor, reflects on her own experiences dealing with the costs of cancer care and shares the stories of other survivors whose lives have been impacted by financial toxicity.Read more
References: 1. Poll: nearly 1 in 4 Americans taking prescription drugs say it’s difficult to afford their medicines, including larger shares among those with health issues, with low incomes and nearing Medicare age. Kaiser Family Foundation. March 1, 2019. Accessed October 25, 2022. https://www.kff.org/health-costs/press-release/poll-nearly-1-in-4-americans-taking-prescription-drugs-say-its-difficult-to-afford-medicines-including-larger-shares-with-low-incomes/ 2. Perez SL, Weissman A, Read S, et al. U.S. internists’ perspectives on discussing cost of care with patients: structured interviews and a survey. Ann Intern Med. 2019;170(9)(suppl):S39-S45. doi:10.7326/M18-2136